The university hopes to introduce female students to their prospects at an early age and show that an academic education in a STEM subject will offer excellent possibilities for their future careers. Additionally, companies’ expectations of prospective employees’ skills have changed. Alongside technical qualifications, they are also looking for candidates with communication skills, foreign language skills, empathy towards others, and the ability to work in a team. The department offers a range of opportunities to get a taste of all the specialist areas of the university. Here, the focus is placed on guided and independent engagement with STEM topics in order to assist in prospective students’ decisions on what to study.